Instacart Shoppers Careers and Employment
- CEOApoorva Mehta
- Company size1,001 to 5,000
- IndustryInformation Technology
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Shopper in Mississauga, ON
on 6 May 2021
UnderpaidBased on my experience, for a $20 worth of order without a tip, you will pick up 20 items or more, I spent two hours to get it done. Meaning $10bucks an hour, what about my gasoline, lucky if there’s a tip then it will make it even.
Fully Shopper in Greater Toronto Area, ON
on 19 July 2021
Time management is crucial. Being well oriented is importantShopping became serious while serving the customer. The product availability is an obstacles to finish on time grabbing the lists though in some stores it is easy to visualize the organization.
full service shopper in Abbotsford, BC
on 6 July 2021
This company can't lastThere is no way a company run like this can survive. The only people making money are the stores and the CEO of Instacart. It's one of the worst things I've ever done in life.
Full Time Shopper/Delivery Driver in Edmonton, AB
on 3 July 2021
On your own time but underpaidInstacart started decent. It's now turned into an underpaid, overworked gig. You are at the mercy of customers mood. If you are rated anything lower then 5 stars you aren't able to see as much work and in turn don't make as much money. The money you make does not balance out between wear and tear, gas or your time, plus having to pay your own taxes at the end of the year. The support staff are completely unaware of anything going on and spend alot of time copy and pasting their responses. You are better off finding a facebook group with other shoppers if you need actual help. You get the hit if the store is out of stock of product (between tip reductions and customer complaints). Their app updates many times do not help the app and instead end up lagging or completely crashing their own service. Work skip the dishes instead. Its less work and in the end the pay comes out higher.
Shopper/Delivery Driver in Winnipeg, MB
on 18 May 2021
Good casual/part time jobIt’s a good job for extra cash, wouldn’t recommend having it as a full time job. Lots of driving and if you’re lucky you will get decent pay. Very competitive, first come first serve for each batch. Half the time you don’t get a tip.
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Since own car is required, I assume that own WCB is also required? If own car and WCB is required it also would mean that Delivery Vehicle insurance is also required. $780 per week for 40 hours equal $19.50 per hour, am I to understand that the business expenses is to be deducted from the gross amount? Fuel, insurance, maintenance and since this is a contracting job it also means that company expenses like phone, accountant, etc will come out of the $780 per week. Doesn't leave a lot for wages. Am I correct so far?
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